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MSD DIS-4 Plus Distributorless 4-Channel

For use on 6 or 8-cylinder engines with two, three or four coil packs.

PART# 62152

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CARB EO: D-115-25

Overview

The mid 1980s were the beginning of the end for distributors in regard to new cars. The Buick Grand Nationals started using coil pack technology while many other GM vehicles were using dual tower coil packs sometimes known as Waste Spark systems. When Ford moved to the 4.6L Modular engine in the '96 Mustang, there were two coil packs with four towers each set up as a Waste Spark. Other common applications came from Mitsubishi and eventually Chrysler systems. MSD's DIS-4 Ignition Control is designed for engines with coil pack, waste spark ignition systems and is capable of firing up to four coil packs (or even four individual coils). Each Control delivers full power Capacitive Discharge sparks from idle through racing rpm. Below 3,000 rpm there is a series of multiple sparks that last for up to 20° of crankshaft rotation to improve idle, starting and throttle response. The adjustable features of the DIS Ignition includes an over-rev limiter and the holeshot rev limit. Also, there is a step retard that can be wired directly to a nitrous system or switch for activation! These are adjustable with rotary dials.

Features:

  • Two Step Rev Control
  • Step Retard
  • LED Monitor
  • Features are adjustable with rotary switches
  • EO # D-115-25

Specs

BrandMSD
Current Draw 6.6 Amps at 10,000 RPM
Emission Code1
EO NumberD-115-25
Primary Voltage460-480 Volts
Product TypeIgnition
RPM Range14,000 RPM with 14.4 Volts
Secondary Voltage40,000 Volts
Spark Energy105-115 mJ/spark
Spark Series Duration20 Degree Crankshaft Rotation
Voltage Required10-18 Volts, Negative Ground
Weight and Size4.5 lbs.,9.5"L x 4.5"W x 2.2"H
Part Number62152

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Emissions

This part is legal for sale and use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, in all 50 states, when used in accordance with the manufacturers application guide because it has a California Air Resources Board (CARB) Executive Order (EO) number.

The following vehicles are considered Emissions Controlled Vehicles:

  • 1966 and newer U.S. manufactured California Certified vehicles
  • 1968 and newer U.S. manufactured Federally Certified vehicles
  • 1968 and newer Foreign manufactured vehicle

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